The book describes the Bosnian Serb Army in the Bosnian War 1992–1995. It provides a detailed account on organization, personnel, equipment and combat activities during the years of war. It covers the transfer parts of the Yugoslav People’s Army into Vojske Republike Srpske 1992, the initial operations and offensives in 1992-1993 (‘Koridor’, Jajce, Podrinje, Trnovo). Short overview of the other warring parties: Army of BiH, Croatian Council of Defense, Army of Western Bosnia, UNPROFOR and NATO Rapid Reaction Force. The book shall outline the development of the VRS organisation, list the equipment and problems in the command chain. It shall follow with the descriptions of the operations in 1994 (Gorazde, Bihac Pocket, wider Sarajevo) and 1995 (Sarajevo, Western Krajina, Srebrenica, Zepa, Drvar and Banja Luka). The book discusses further NATO involvement through the air attacks in 1994/95, deployment of the Rapid Reaction Force and finally, Operation Deliberated Force which led to the wider, Croat-Muslim offensive causing the end of the war under the auspices of the US shuttle diplomat R. Holbrooke. The final chapter examines the influence of the Dayton accord, Paris peace treaty, deployment of the IFOR, Implementation Force and demilitarizing of the warring parties.